E2E piPEs Update
Time 05/03/05 04:30PM-05:30PM
The Internet2 E2E piPEs project is deployed across the Abilene backbone, in universities and government labs, and in international partners in Europe, South America, and Asia. The piPEs team has been actively working with GEANT's JRA1 effort to jointly develop an interoperable design architecture that will form the basis for the next generation of both Internet2's piPEs and GEANT's measurement component of their next generation backbone. Eric Boyd will present a prototype of this effort along with details of the design architecture behind it.
As always, this update session will allow piPEs developers to present the latest project developments, including updated tools (OWAMP, BWCTL, and NDT) and interoperable network collaborations (with ESnet, RNP, CLARA, and GEANT, among others). Methods by which individuals and organizations can get involved will be presented, along with details about potential cost-benefit tradeoffs. In addition, several piPEs case studies of recent problems, solved with the aid of piPEs tools, will be explored, suggesting ways in which the existing measurement infrastructure can be used to solve real-life problems confronting end-users.
Speaker Eric Boyd Internet2
Speaker Jeff Boote Internet2
Speaker Rich Carlson Department of Energy